Happy Mount Park was originally created in the 1920s as a traditional urban park area. Today's family-friendly attractions cater for more modern tastes, whilst carefully retaining the atmosphere of peace and tranquillity of a traditional park.
- We are open daily from 8.30am and entry is free
- View the Happy Mount Park Visitor Guide 2016 (PDF, 3.5MB)
- Explore our habitat trail (PDF, 975KB)
Activities and attractions
- Splash Park
- Pirates In The Park indoor play area*
- Unique outdoor natural adventure play area
- Ornamental gardens, woodland walk and habitat trail
- Crown green bowling green (see Bowling passes)
- 18-hole putting green
- Swing boats*
- Adventure golf*
- Children’s roundabout*
- Floodlit multi-purpose pitch for tennis, basketball, five-a-side football and roller hockey (call 01524 582448 to book)
(*Privately operated - please call 01524 401140 for details)
Splash Park – Admissions Policy
Following feedback from visitors, a new admissions policy was introduced last year, to ensure as many people as possible can comfortably use the facility on the busiest days and when there is a unprecedented demand which could exceed capacity.
The maximum capacity for the facility will be 400 and a two hour time limit will be in effect, providing enough time to allow families to cool down in the water before allowing in the next group.
A notice will be posted on our Facebook page when this happens, so please ‘like’ us to keep up to date.
While people are waiting for the next set of admissions there are plenty of other free attractions on offer in the park including a play area for young children and an adventure play area for older ones.
The park is open daily from 8.30am to dusk.
Getting to Happy Mount Park
By car: Use the map below to get your journey directions. For satnav, use the postcode LA4 6AQ. There is a pay-and-display car park on the promenade close to the park entrance.
By bus: Stagecoach bus service number 5 (Overton to Carnforth) passes the park. Services 3 and 4 (Lancaster to Heysham) stop at the end of Princes Crescent, a five minute walk from the park.
Last updated: 06 March 2017